How parasites and hosts live in scientific harmony… We tend to think of parasites as evolutionary cheats, surreptitiously taking advantage of their hosts’ hard work while they sit back and enjoy an easy life.
Nowadays, perhaps there are still persons, who never saw a flea, unless in the circus of fleas of some park of attractions. The body disposition of those insects is very special, especially concerning the leading paws, by mean of which it achieves jumping of until 200 times the own length.
Japanese culture certainly has its bizarre points, and a taste for the surreal is definitely evident in this collection of museums of interest to those of a scientific bent.
A brief look into the adaptations and lifecycle that allow organsims of the genus Plasmodium to be effective parasites.